Citation: ch0ke. "Not Again for a Long Fucking While!: An Experience with Inhalants (Duster) (exp15346)". Erowid.org. Sep 7, 2018. erowid.org/exp/15346
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Well I was in this drug program cause the court sent me to it, I was doing pretty good so I decided to get a little fucked up. It was about 12:00 I had duster in my bag so I took 3-4 huge hits in a matter of 10 seconds, I blacked out and when I woke up I was sitting down with blood all over my face and a teacher helping me patch my shit up, they called an ambulance, apparantly a kid went inside and got a teacher when I hit my head and passed out. So the ambulance came put me on a strecher and such, we arrived at the hopsital my teacer 'Mr.R' was with me, helping me. I have to wear a neck brace for about a week then goto some doctors and shit, also I got 40 stiches across my face. I just plopped to the ground everyone told me, I look like I was in a car accident. Eventaully 6-7 hours later I was out driving home, my dad was a jerk so I spit on him, I told him I was car sick so I opened the door and puked, went home and went to sleep.
P.S. I won't be trying this shit for awhile, everyone told me when I was on the ground I was laughing and shit, boy was I fucked up, not like this again maybe sitting down with padding around. This was not worth it now I have to rest and set things straight with everyone, but hopefully I think most likely things will be okay.
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